Iom Holdlnjr and Worktntf
MI-.lB.tj Claims Vpon the Public
BvUv will be found an Abstract of th Mining
Lawa mt the L's.tct. ftut, u puti-d bj Coo
tries and approved May 10, HT2. TLue an the
Unt, and beno the ouly mining lavs of general
nterest and iVroe, with tit aingle exception of a
portion of eection S, im nference to the I loca
tion of claims and niina located prior to the
passage of the general raining law. The A-t
amending the section alluded to will also he
found, following the general law modifying amo
tion 5, so that a claim located prior to May 10,
1H73, U not subject to relwation tint.. June 10,
AN ACT to promote the development of the
Mining rMouri4-s of the United Stat'
Be it enacted by the Heuate and House of Itep
resentatiTea of the United BUWe of America in
insjeea asseuibltMl, That all valuable mineral
ilep(iu in lands be longing to the I'diIhI States
butt, survey, and nnsurveyed, are hereby d
claml to be fit and open to exploration and
pun-kaMe, and ttie lauds in uin uy
are found to occupation and purchase
citizens f the I'uited Slate and
th.MA vho hare declared there mteutlou to be
come such, under regulations prescribed ly law,
and accordmu to the local cuHtmnn or rules uf
miners, in the several mining districts, so tar as
the same are applicuHe and not in--oil stem
with the laws of the I'nltcd States.
Hec. 'i. That mining clstms upon veins or
lodes of quarts or other rock in place Warimj
(fold, silver, cinnabar, lead, tin, copper, or otb-r
al liable dt-iH-wtr, heretofore located, Khali be
t vrned a to length along the vein or iode by
the cmuniis, rt-uMilatious, and lawn in force at
tiieeVeuf their location. A mining claim locatt-d
after the pMbajfe of this act, wbetLv -r located by
one ur more prniB, may eiia), but (shall not
exceed one thousand five hundred feet in length
along the vein or lode; but no location of a nun- i
tug claim shall be maue until tne discovery or
the vein or lode within the limits of the claim
located. No claim shall extend more than three
hundred feet on earn aide of the middle of the
vein at the surface, nor shall any claim be lim
ited by any mining regulation to lew. than twenty-five
feet on each side of the middle of the vein
at the surface, except where adverse rights exit
ing at the pagtt&tfe of thin act shall render such
limitation necessary- The end-lines of each
claim shall be parallel to each other.
tLc. 3. That the locators of all mining loca
tion heretofore made, or which shall hereafter
be made, on any mineral vtin. lode, or ledge, sit
usted on the public domain, their heirs and ae
Mijfns, where no adverse claim exists at the pa
naif of this act, so long aft they comply with the
laws of the United States, and the State, Terri.
tonal and local regulations nut in conflict with
said laws of the United States governing their
poDHeaory title, shall have the, exclusive ritflit of
possession and enjoyment of all the surface in
cluded within the linen of their locations and of
all veins, lodes, snd ledges throughout the entire
depth, the top or ajex of which li inside of
such Burt ace-line extended downward vertical
ly, although such veins, lodes or ledges may so
Ur depart from a perpendicular in their course
downward as to extend outside the vertical side
lines of said surface locations: Provided, that
tlic-ir right of possession to such outside parts
of such veins or ledges shall 1 confined to such
jMrtions thereof as lie between vertical planes
drawn downward as aforesaid, through the end
lines of their location, so coutinmd in their
own direction that such planes will intersect
such exterior parts of said vein or ledges: And
provided further, that nothing in this section
tion thereof aa the applicant shall appear, from
the decision of the court, to rightly posanta. If
it shall appear, from the decision of the court,
that at- rural parties are antitivd to Separate and
different portions of the claim, each party may
pay fur sua portion of the claim, with the prop
er fees, and file the certificate and description
by the 8-irveyor-Oeneral, whereupon the re iMer
stall certify the proceeding and Judgment-roll
to the Cuaimistnouer of the Lud Otaoe, aa ia the
prcding case, and pateuta shall isaua W the
aeveral partiea according to their reaptctiva
rights. Proof of citizenship under this act, or
the act of July 20th lwtf, and July V, lt7u, in the
rase of aa individual, may consist in his own
affidavit thereof, and In easa of aa a&sociation ef
persona unincorporated of the ate davit of their
authorised aut, madeon bia own knowledge or
upon information and belief, and in casa of a
eorporation organised under the lawa af the
Umtfd Htatea, or of any State or Territory of the
I uid Htatea. by the filing of a certified eopy af
their charter or certificate of incorporation: and
nothing herein contained abatl be construed ta
prevent the alienation of the title conveyed by a
patent for a mining claim to any person what
ever. Sec. . That the description of vain or lode
claim, upoa surveyed lands, ahall designate the
locatiun of the claim with reference to the linee
of the public aurveys, but need not conform
therewith; but where a patent shall be
issued as aioresaid for claims upon nnsur
eyed lanis, the Surveyor General In extending
the surveya, shall adjust the same to the boun
daries of such patented claims, according to the
plat or description thereof, but so aa in no case
to interfere witb or change the location of any
such patented claim.
Is ec. . That aectious one, two, three, four and
six. of an act entitled An Act granting the right
ef way to ditch and canal owners overthe publie
lands, and for other purposes,' approved July
twenty-sixth, eighteen huLdred and aixty-aix,
are herebv repealed, but each repeal shall not
affect existing rights. Applications for patents
for mining claims now pending may be prose
cuted to a final decisiuu in the Oenere! Land
Office; but in such case where adverse rights
are not afiVcted thereby, patents may iaaue in
pursuance of the provisions of this act; and alt
vatents for mining claima heretofore isaued
under the act or -my twenty-sixtn, eignieen
himlredand sixty-six, tthall convey all the rights
and privileges conferred by this act w here no
advene rights exit at the time of the passage of
Kkc. 10. That the act entitled An Act to
amend an act granting the right of way to ditch
and canal owners ovt-r the public lands, and for
other piirpos.' approved July ninth, eighteen
huudnd and seventy, shall be and remain In
full force, except as to the proceedings to obtain
a patent which shall be similar to the proceed
ings presented by sections six and seven of this
act for obtaining patents to vein or lode claims;
but where said placer-chums shsll be upon sur
veyed lands, and conform to legal subdivisions,
no' further survey or plat shall be required, and
all placer miuing claima hereafter located shall
,-..,t ua .... ma imi-ti-atila with tha I'nitfii
rectangular subdivisions of such surve-.-s, and
no sucli loiation shall include mure than i wenty
a. res for each individual claimant, but where
placer-claims cannot be conformed to legal sub
division, survey and plat shall be made aa on
unsurveyd lands: Provided, That proceedings
now pending may be prosecuted to their final
determination under existing laws; but the pro
visions of this act, when not in conflict with ex
isting laws, shall apply to such cases: And pro
vided also. That where by the aggregation of
iniuersl land in any legal subdivision a quantity
of agricultural land lewa than forty acres re
mains, sid fractional portion ef agricultural
land may be entered by any party qualified by
law, for homestead or pre-emption purpoaf-a.
Sec. 11, That where the asms person, iKSocia
tioji or corporation ia possession of a plaeer
rlaim. and also a vein or lode lncladed within
the boundaries thereof, application shall be
made for a patent for the placer-claim, with the
statement that it includes such vein or lode, and
in such caw- (subject to the provisions of this
OFFICE OF TUB
PIOCHE DAILY RECORD.
STEAM POWER PREES
fehall authorize the locator or possessor of a vein aot anU tlie act entitled "An act to amend an act
or lode which extends in its downward course
beyond the vertical lines of his claim to enter
upon the surface of a claim owned or posnevst-d
'stc. 4. That where a tunnel is run for the
development of a vtin or lode, or for the discov
ery of mines, the ewners of such tunnel shall
ha ve the right of poshession of all veius or lodes
v . ithin three thousand feet from the face of such
t'limel on the line thereof, not previously known
t enst. discovered in such tunnel, to the same
sunt as if discovered trom the surface; and
granting the right of way to ditch and canal
i owners over the pumic lands, ana loroiner pur
j poses;' approved July ninth. eighteen hundred
; and seventy) a patent shall issue fur the placer
j claim, including such vein or lode, upon the
I payment of five dollars per acre for such vein or
! lode claim, aud twenty-five feet of surface on
i each side thereof. The remainder of the placer
j claim, or any placer claim not embracing any
j vein or lode claim, shall be paid for at the rate
1 of two dollars and fifty cents per acre, together
with all costs of proceedings; and where a vein or
locations on the hue of such tunnel of veins or j nxxch as described in the second section of
ludes not appearing on the surface, made by j thib act, is inown to exist within the boundaries
otii'T parties after the commencement of the j of a I'lscer-claim, an application for a patent for
tunnel, and while the same is being prosecuted i fcU,.u pin;r-claim, which does not insludeanap-
nu reaNouai.Hu uuic-Ui, eui i- uuu. ui ; i,Licatiju lor Uiu vm or 1'Mie ciaim, anau ue
failure to prosecute the work on the tunnel for
ix months shall be i-omridrud a an abandon
ment of the right to all undiscovered veins on
the line of said tunnel.
Src. 5. Tht the miners of each mining dis
trict may make rules and regulations nut in con
mot with the laws of th United States, or with
the laws of the State or Territory in which the
district is situated, governing the location, man
iir of recording, amount of work necessary to
hold possc-iuiou of a mining claim, subject t
This establiahment Is supplied with a Laiye
asaurtueut of newest stylee of
Type, Borders, Assorted Stationery
.MID AlA. 1HK...
F.VIL'iXkD Ul Hi
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STATU OF KEYAPA. COCXTT OF US
XLS. .Nolle mt HbIU Cmmt.
To th followili.iimxir4 defmdMM l to all
eliimuAa ta tb rl nUU nl ImproTemMiU.
Im UKMd anuntelT. hiinn'
kiwwo t anknown: Iju re h-reby ;0'1
ttitt tulu h.Te ben cuiiiuencwl be fur J. o.
Vu Hg. Juttlce at th tooi. IB tb Ju.tlat
Court ( tb Towwbip at tuxbt, Vuntr ot
Lluooln, uid Ktau ol vl. by ll buw of
tiermda, UiBtia. KsiiMt Mob of tU drfrluiMitt
hart'inftftr sod eob of tbo folloviog
inctiM tract, or pirceU 1"I- with tht lnf;
swum 4 or liuutu U the uiur, known or
nnknown. to ru-over th tu mni delmjoncy
aarwnl to Mid drfpn.lnUlnt uid projTlr
f. Urn lacal yiir commenciug on tb, lut .ly of
Juoin. A. 1). l:a, uid nJiu tb Uy of
UJibtir, A. D. nd UIM mminuM umm
bn duly iHnd in k : nd yon r fur.
tbor notiliod lh,t nnla yn P-'" ' nmwrr
tb compUlnt nld, on or before
Th 01 h day af FbrMrr. D. 1M4,
at 14 a'dock m. t 1
Jnrttfim-nt will be tkn int yon end th
rtl eute and loipiwiunitt. borMn deaerlbed
fur tb amouoU of bi nd tit-Lino, aenry apeeitltl
and coat of auil.
Iarripttoni of Property.
1 A Cnrtia. the puasewry cliui to ranch in
Pataranaitat Vallry, containing acrea of
laud, and improvenH-nia, and Kitaited wt af
aud adjainiim th ranrli of P. Wrlghte; tal
John f orroft. th pwnfaury tlaia to lot) ara
of land at Hiko and iiupivi.iarnt: tax and
tMTcntaee 30. HO.
El liorado Mill, tn-uip mill in El Dorado
CauTon, at th Jnnrtiun ttf the El Dorado Can.
yon with the Colorado nrer; tai and percent.
am 114 Mi.
t JnninKii, the poaacMt'tr L-lnim to 1X acres of
land, with Iniproveninitf. at !l Tbouaa; til
and percent ee 1U0.10. '
W I, Kings, the poiiat wnr claim to ranch in
Hiko Valley and impmrenienti, eouah of
Gear's ranch; tax end ptTeentatfe lS2.iri.
Patterson k Laasell, tb ponaeeMtry elaim to 3 JO
acras of land and improvements at OTerton;
tax and percentage ft..
Sarunel Young, one emeltin? furnace and tram,
way in Freiberg Dirtrlrt. knnwn as th Morn
bag Star Co.'s Works; Ul snd percentage 17C,
Distrlel Attorney Lincoln County, Key.
W. 8. TRAVIS.
Sheriff Lincoln County. Key,
Uatod Pic he, becembtr 1HT3. Ja3-td
Cigars and Hobarro.
Smokers Friends of Tobacco
Pioche and Lincoln County.
A B I Alt ABOl'T TO RETIltC FBOM liL'81
neae I will sell for th next tu days my en
tire stock of
At GREATLY SEDUCED BATES !
This It a bona fldc sals, and no hambug.
Rtteipts and Paymeats ef tht Trtary of
Liacola County for tht '
Thr MoaUis Kmdlmg 81st Dee., IttTS.
Balance from last Quarter f lfi.aul 74
Distributed in the following Funds:
Male Kmid 5,2tt 19
tVhoot Fund..... S,a7S ao
4iii 1 and (orerdra WMt 49
Iikdiwnt Mick iund..
Building Fund. ,
Judge's Salary Fund
Treatiurer'a tsalarx Fund.
..Set IS 48
.. . .43) 04
eonfetrut'd as a conclusive dtclaration that the
da mant of the plsttwr-i'laim has no right of ug
stiiSHJii at the vttn or lode claim; but where the
existence of a vein or lodu in a placer-claim is not
kiwwn, s patent for th,plaot?r-claim shall eonvy
all valuubk miU'-ral and other deposits within
tli Ixtunilarh-fc thereof .
Sc. l'J That the Survey or-Gencral of the
Vuitt-'l Slates uuy appoint in each land district
coiitaumiK miurral lands as many competent
survt-vnrs as shall apply for appoint mem to a nr.
the following requirement: Location must b I vt mining claim. The exiHrusea of the survey
distinctly marked on the ground no trial "! of vein or lode claim, and the survey end sub
hmndarie can be readily traced. All records of j amm,.., of placer claims into smaller quautitk-s
mining claitus heroaft--r mad' i-liull contain tlif j tIlhn nIlf. hundn-d and sixty acres, together with
iiaui-f or uauiefi of the locatora, date nf the lot a- the cost oi publtcatioQ of notic;es,Bhall bepaid liy
t ion. and sufh a dt hptioc uf the claim or : thespplicants, and th-y shall be at liberty toob
claiDjs ca(l ty ref. n nence to aome natural j triin ttir nme 6t the most reasonable rates, and
uhject or permanent monument as will identify they chaH also be at liberty to employ any Lnited
tiieciium. ou eacn cimm iikhiw iM-r ui pu- ; nt6t,.H lMmtv Surveyor to make the survey
HiiKeofthis a-'t, and until a patent shall have
bwii iufciietl thep'for, no -s than one hundred
tlollars worth of labor shall 1k performed or irn
prnvemenls made during eai-h year. On all
claims located prior t-i liia -ahwiw f this
:ut, ten dollar.' worth of lalmr Khali
prrforniM or improvements made
uach year for ta h one hundred feet
In length along the vein until a patent shall
have been issued therefor; butwheresuchclaims
arc hM in common, such expenditure maybe
made upon any one claim; and upon a failure to
comply with these condition,, the claim or mine
upon which such failure occurred shall lie open
to relocation in the same manner as If an loca
tion of the same had ever been made: Provided,
That the original lix-ators. their hirs,
UMBigns, or legal representatives, have not re. j
t. timed work upon the claim alter tuch failure1
and before sueh location. Vpon the failure of
any one uf several co-owneli. to ron tribute his
portion of the expenditures reipiired by this act,
the co-owners who have performed the labor or
mad the improvements may, at the expiration
nt the year, giv such delinquent co-owner rr.
hmal notice in writing or nutice by puhlicatioa
in the newapaper publihel nearest the claim,
for at least once a week for ninety days, and if at
the expiration of ninety day after such notice in
writing or by publication Mich delinquent ahould
fail or rHfuio tu contribute his proportion to
comply with this act, hie interest in the claim
tihall become the property of bin co-owners who
have made the required expenditures.
Hkc. 6. That a patent fur any land claimed
and located for valuable deposits may Im ob
tained in the following manner: Any person,
association, or corporation authorized to locate a
claim under this act, having claimed and located
a piece of laud for snch purposes, who has, or
have, complied with the terms of this act, may
tile in the proper land-office an application for a
patent, under oath, showing such compliance,
together with a plat and field-notes of the claim
or claims in common, wade by or under the di
rection of the United States Surveyor General,
shewing accurately the bonndnrie of the claim
er claims, which shall be distinctly marked by
monuments on the ground, and ahalJ post a copy
of such plat, together with a notice of such
application for a patent, in a conspicu
ous place on the land embraced in such plat pre
vious to the filing of th application for a pat
ent, and shall file an affidavit of at least two
persons that such notice has been duly posted as
aforesaid, and shall tile a copy of said notice in
such land-office, and shall tbereujwn be entitled
to a patent for aaid land, in the manner follow
ing; The register of the land-olfice, upon the
filing of such application, plat, field-notes, no
tices and affidavit, shall publish a notice that
such application has been made, for the period
of sixty days, in a newspaper to be by him desig
nated as published nearest to said claim; and he
hell also poi nuch notice in his office for the
same period. The claim at the time of filing
thia application, or at any time thereafter, with
in the sixty days of publication, shall file with
the register a certificate of the United Htates
Surveyor General that five hundred dollars
worth of labor haa been expended or improve
meats made upon the claim by himself or gran
tors; that the plat is correct, with such further
description by such reference to natural objects
or permanent mouuments as shall identify the
elaim, and furnish an accurate description, to be
in?orporatrd in the patent. At the expiration of
the sixty days of publication the claimant shall
file his affidavit, showing that the plat and no.
ttre have boen posted in a conspicuous place on
the elaim during said period of publication. If
no adverse claim shall have been filed with the
register and the receiverof the proper land-office
at the expiration of the sixty days of publication
It shall be assumed that theapplicant is entitled
to a patent, upon tne payment to the proner of-
fieer of five dollars per acre, and that no adverse
claim evists; and thereafter no objection from
third nartiea to the issuance of a patent shall be
bean., except It be shown that the applicant haa
iaiiei to comply wiin inia aci.
Him. 7. That where an adverse claim shall be
filed iuring the period of publication, it ahall lie
uprji oath of the person or persons making the
un, and shall show the nature, boundaries,
and extent of such adverse claim, and ell pro
cacdinga. except the publication of notice and
makimr and fllinff of the affidavit thereof, shall
he stayed until the controveriy shall have been
settled or aeciueu oy a ouri i cuuiycbcu. juris
diction, or the adverse claim waived. It shall
b th dutT of the adverb claimant, within
thirty daya after filing hia claim, to commence
proceedings In a court of competent Jurisdiction
to determine th question of the right of posses
sion, aud prosecute tne same wun reaaonaoie
diligence, to final judgment; aud a failure so to
do shall be a waiver of his adverse claim. After
aueh tudiwient ahall have been rendered, the
party entitled to the poaseasion of the claim, or
nj ponios taeraof, may, wi.uuu.- (iv.uk
tuer notice, file a certified copy ef the judgment
roll with the register of the land office, together
- with the oertifioate of the Surveyor-General that
the requisite amount of labor haa been expen
ded, or Improvements made thereon, and the
denerlptioa required In other caaea, and ahall
pay to the receiver five dollars per acre for bia
claim, together with the proper feet, whereupon
the whole preoeedlnga and the Jndgment-roll
hall be certified by the register to the Oommis
atpnjr ef tne General Land-Osfiee, and a patent
ehalT lain theremi for the claim, or sueh pbr-
CEST OF JOB PRESSES!
Fkia i:l Ornamental Type,
Notice of .Dissolution of Copartner-
VOTICH 18 HEREBY GIVES THAT THE
11 cooartnerahiD business heretofore carried
t,n In Piarha NVvsula hv A. M. PolleVS and 8. H.
Carman, under the hrui name ami siyie 01 rub.
LEYS 4 CARMAN, as Blacksmiths, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. H. H. Carman
will pay all debts due by the late firm, and he is
alone authorised to collect bills due to the firm.
. U. Carman will continue the business at the
old stand, wheru hs will be ready to transact
buainesa for old customers and all others who
A. M. POLI.EY8,
S. H. CARMAN.
Pioehe. Nevada. Deo. W. 1:3. d30-80d
FAST FREIGHT LINE
PALISADE, via EUREKA to
ITAST Pn EIGHT,
Time About GO Hours.
FREIGHT TIME FOUKTBEN DAYS.
J Mark goods care of Pritchard, Palisade.
Ism amount overdrawn on General
Receipts for the past Quarter. $91,821 84
Derived from the following sources:
Assessment noil in. sua ss
Assessment Roll 10 per cent 11 (3
Assessment Roll 187S(Pioehe)40,tl3 M
Aaacatwuent Roll 18TS(Oounty)'i.81a 70
Assvasnaent Roll 10 per oent 6fte 91
Mining Tax, 2d quarter le?3. . .4,634 44
Justice'a Court Fines. ..
Apportioned aa follows;
General Fund ,
Indigent (tick Fund....,
Judge's Salary Fund.
Treasurer's Salary Fund...
r a oo
. . .33.346 00
LOOK AT MY
PRICE LIST OF TOBACCOES:
4 Plug. Cable Coil for fcl.OO
3 do. Cable Twist for 1.0O
6 do. Bright Twial for l.OO
lO Wo. Bright Navy for l.OO
8 do. Black NaTf for l.OO
2 do. Double Ttikk fur l.OO
S do. Light Freed fur - l.OO
I r.uod tf K.b IVIiite tot . . l.OO
1 do. Ollva- fur l.OO
1 do. Vacbt Club for l.OO
1 do. Gold Bee 75c.
During the past Quarter the following
trauafers were Baaue:
Prom th Otneral to th Intsreat
Fund, as per Statute 1873 1.KMi 15
from th. Contingent to th. Oeneral
Fund, by order of th County Com
missioners J.S00 00
From the General to tae State Fund,
to correct apportionment 67 64
Payments during the Quarter 177,060 01
From the following Funds:
State Fund IN.14U 71
SYhool Fund 4,14. 97
Locatlo. ul works, Ely UlMrLi ! , '' "y.
Keradai-NetThi. Tis liir
following dewnbed ttw,
Iwcember, 1K7S, th mJT y
po.lt. the -uU oHr.' T.
holders, aa (olluva : rU. aliai
Mo. "t -
Allkir. 8 R Trtnte.
Baglry 1) T Trustee
baiilry D T Tniate
Itrowa W H bal ,
brown R Truste.......
Brown R Truste.......
Brown R Tni'tee
Baldrldge si Traste. . . ,
Brsley A II Truste
('v.lher J P Trust...
Charle if A Trustee. . . .
Cope a W Trustee
Cope O W Trustee
Cahlll k Co E, Trustees....
Cahill k Co E, Trustees....
canill lo k, Trustees...,
(ahill tool, Trustees....
Cahlll si Co K, TruKtee....
Coughlin John D, Trustee
Crsndall W a, Trnste....
Crsndsll W O, Trustee....
Crsndall W O, Trustee....
Crsndsll W O, Trustee
Crsndall W O, Truste.....
Cranuall W O, Truat...,
Crandall W It, Trustee....
Crsndall W O, Trustee....
Crandall W U. Trustee....
Crandall W O. Trustee..
Crsndall W O, Trust....
Crandall W U, Truste....
Crandall W U, Trustee....
Crsndsll W O, Truste
Crandall W O, Truste
Crsndsll W O, Trusts
... KM ,
.. K u
... 1 w
Crandall W O. Trustee -jfM
Crsndsll W O, Trustee S75
Crsndsll W O, Trustee 2W0
Crsndall w O. Trustee 1x19
Crosby F W, Trustee 2498
Diion R 8, Trustee.. u;
lMiun R 8, Trustee 9726
lunrsn W L, Trustee 2 j
Denny k Stevenson Trustee2795
Deany k Stevenson Trustees229
IndigHtit Sick Fund.
Judge's ttslsry Fund ....
Treasurer's Salary Fund .
.. 9.6S3 33
And all othar kind In pro
portion. A- Liberal Discount to the
Tlie 'iuiiMtiio!iiT of the Ocwral jLand-Offu-!
shall alrto liave ser to uitaMibh the maxim ma
cliarK--i (or hiirveya anJ publication uf notict.
uudt-r thia art; ami. in case of exwaiive aiiarget
fur piiWi.-aiinu, lie may dr-siipateanyrjewiipapMr
jml'liwlied in a land dietnrt whr midcb re
situated, for th publication of tulniug noticra
in fuch district, and fix th rati-a to be charged
hv such papfr. and, to tht end that the Commii-sioiit-r
muy be fully informed on the nbject,
eat-b applicant Rliall file with tha lUgiaWt a
hwurn htatement uf ali charpea and feee paid by
wild applicant for publiration and surrey a, to
Ri'tlwr with all fees aud money paid the Resiiter
and iifceiver of tlif laud-office, which aiatenient
shall lie transmitted, with the papers in the
rnMe, to the CuainiiaHioner of the (ineral Lnd-
Office. The f--t of the llefrister and the K-
rphall la five dollars eaeh for nuiiir and
actiug upon each ap.dication for patent ar ad-verm-
claim hied, aud they Khali be allowed the
unt nxe'l by law for reducine teau-
taony to writing, when dunt in Land Office, aix li
fw and auowaucea to ie paid oy tne respective
partiediand no other fees ahall be charged by
them in such cau-s. Nothing in this act shall be
rniiBtrutjd to on large or affect the rights of either
party in regard tu any property in contraver.y at
the time at the pannage of this act, or of the act
entitled "An act granting the right of way to
ditch and cauai owners over tue puunc lanas,
uid fur other purpose," approved July 26, 1iV6,
nur shall this act anect any rigniarquirea unaer
Mid act; and nothing in thia act shall be con
at rued to repeal, impair, or in any way affect the
proviKions of the act entitled "An act grantiug
to A. Hntro the riht of way and other privileges
to aid in the construction of a draining and ex
ploring tunnel to the Cowatoek Lode, in the
State or nevatia, approrca iuiy iutn, ih.
Hur. 13. That an ainiavits reiiutrea to r
made undr this ai-t, or the aet to which it ia
amendatory, nitty be verified before any officer
authorized to administer oaths within the land
district where the claims may be situated, and
all teMimnoy and proofs auay bs taken before
any su h officer, and, when duly certified by the
o Hi cor taking the name, shall have the aame force
and effect as if taktm Vn-fore the Hrgister nA
Keceiver of the Land Office. In cases of contest
to the mineral or agricultural character of
land, the testimony and proofs may be taken aa
herein provided, on pereonal notice of at least
ten days to the opposing party; or if aaid part v
cannot be found, then by publication of at least
once a week fur thirty days in a newspaper, t be
designated by the Register of the Laud Office as
published nearest the location of aueh land; and
the Register shall require proof that such notice
lias been given.
hec. 14. Tiiei wnere two or more reins inter.
sector cross each other, priority of title stiall
ffuvern. and aueh prior locatiou ahall be entitled
to all ore or mineral contained within the apaoe i
of intereectiui : Provided, however, That the
subsequent location shall have the right of way
through aaid space of intersection for the par- j
posesea of the convenient working or the said
mine: And provided also. That when two or
more reins unite, the oldest or prior location
shall taJte tne rein Deiow tne-point or nuiea, la
eluding all the space of intersection.
Bkc. 1ft. That where non-mineral land not
contiguous to the rein of lode ia need or occu
pied by the proprietor of aueh rein or lode for
mining or milling purposes, such non-adjacent j
surface ground may be embraced and Included
in an application for a patent fur such reia or
lode, and the same may be patented therewith,
aubject to the aame preliminary requirementa
as to aurrey and notice aa are applicable nnder
this aet to veins or lodes: Provided, That no
location hereafter made of inch non-adjacent
land ahall exceed five acres, and payment for
the aame must be made at the aame rate as fixed
by Una act for the su perflates of the lode. The
owner of a quartz mill or reduction works, not
owning a mine in connection therewith, may
also receive a patent for his mill-aite, aa provi
ded in thia section.
8bo. 10. That all acts and parts of acta incon
sistent herewith are hereby repealed: Provided,
That nothing contained in thia act ahall be oon.
atrued to impair, in any way, rights or interests
in mining property acquired under existing lawa.
Approred May 10, 1872.
CHAP. CCTIV.-An Aet to amend an Aet entitled
An A t to promote the Development of the
Mining Resources o United States.'
Be It enacted by t and House of Rep
resentatives of the T nited States of America in
Congress aaaembled, lhat the provisions f the
fifth section of the Act entitled "An Act to pro
mote the development of the mining r-ourees
of the United Stated, " passed May tenth, eigh
teen hundred and seventy-two, which requires
expenditures of labor and improvements on
claima located priot to the passage of said Act,
are hereby so amended that the time for the first
annual expenditure on elaima located prior to
the passage of said Act shall be extended to the
tenth of June, eighteen hindred aud seventy
four. Approred March 1, 1173.
Fiueat and Latest Btji-s, for any kind
of Work, snoli as
Foelfra, Plny-hllla, Rooelnta, Blank
Ilwoka, Circulars. cUcka,
No tne. Taffe.
No Forwarding Chargei by This j
Otllco, Corner of Pioche anil Field Hi, j
All persons having claims agaiast me are
requested to hand ihem in, and all persons in
debted to me are notified to come forward and
settle, or their scoeunt will be put into the
hands or an efflcer.
Store to Let and Fixtures
j Main St., sppasit Meadow VaUy.
' H..1.M -
Cash Bslanes 90th Btpt., 1873
Kcceipla doribf th past Quarter. . .
Psrments during th past Qusrter.
Bslsnc on hsnd Drc 31. 1873 124.703 l
litstributed in th following Funds:
Ktst Fund 3,'Jfl 84
School Fund 6,413 M
Urnersl Fund 1,110 0T
Indigent Hick Fund 207 n
Contingent Fund 033 01
Building Fund 143 31
Interest Fund. 13.044 13
Firs Fund lit, 34
Judges ealarr Fund 383 20
Treasurer's Salary Fund 1.063 31
Sta.taiii.at af Liabilities.
Funded Debt) $170,000 00
Building Bonds ,
Lisbl to Se Funded
Less Cash in the Treasury .
Th. shore amount does not includ. th. ac
crued luterest ou the Funded Pebt or Building
W. H HENPERSOS, Oo. Auditor.
' JOHN UUEbER. I. Treasurer.
Pioche, Lincoln County, Ker., January 3, 1874.,
Fisher E, Trustee.
Fisher E, Truste
Fisher E. Trustee...
Fisher E, Trustee...,
Fisher E, Trustee.... .
Fisher E, Trustee. ...
Fisher E, Truste. . . .
Fisher E, Trustee...
Fisher E, Trustee...
Fisher E. Trust- ....
Fisher ., Trustee ZifS
Fisher E. Trustee 3477
Fisher E, Truste 34K3
Fisher E. trustee 3587
Finher E, Trustee 358
Fisher E, Trustee. .
Fisher K. trust
Fisht-r E. Trustee. . . .
Fisher E, Trustee...,
Fisher K. Truste ....
Flsber K. trustee
Uordon C P, Trustee.
. .3320 20
S3 - 25
OlsKier a Co I, Trustees..,, 3270 900'
T. P. LAWLEK,
Agent at Pioche.
W. L. PKITCHABD, Pmprtstor.
I -Dealer In-
mi ms, Lips and cms,
! Main Street, Pioche.
cisT:r:cATza or .tock, us.
Of all sites, shades
aisl shapes, in plsln blscs or in any or all the
olors of tha rainbow.
OH ELY STREET, A LABOlK PEARL BJKO.
Th ndr will b suitably rewarded by
leartai It at th offlw of to PlpaiM Daily Ba.
ord. al aUahaari agar nor, usla at. datMai
AN INDEPENDENT PAPER,
Futtliful lo the Institutions uf
Ibo Country t
Publishing all the Telegraph News,
SHERWOOD tc BRO.,
91 AIM STREET, PIOCUE,
MININO AND BUILD INQ LI'MIIKK.
HEWED TIMBER AND P.0LE8.
HaT on hand
K ED WOOD and 8U6AR PINE,
MOULDIKOH, Etc., Etc.
Also, DOOR and WIND0W8. and hare eon.
stsntly on hsnd a large supply, which still be
so) 11itA80NABLE RATKH. ap33 tf
RETAIL DEPARTMENT COMPRISING
a Liquor and Billiard Balson. with four
Has linen fitted up regard 1b is of aipense. and
challenges comparison with any ftaloon tn tbe
FRANK WHEELER & 10.,
IMPOETEES AND DEALERS
In General Hardware,
General News Summary,
A MINING REVIEW
iJ V11IIY OXJSffU-aVTr,
Vumtshteg an aeeonnt of th condition of. th
mines in th ssrersl aiitriuts: eondrlion f th.
works; 1st avrsUpmsaas; amount of or for
tha wk; yield of r worksd; proposed shang
at sn4 atkar saatMrs ' lntarast to owners and
tbe general pnbll " ,
kilning Goods Mining eooda
Mining aoodswTiiTVTn pnnnoMini8 ooj
Mining OoodsllA IB U uUUUoMinlngOoxts
Mining Goods ' allnlnf Goods
Iron clxx& Stool,
Stoves of all Kinds,
E3to B3to TtO S7to.
A Supply of
Tlnwar. TmwsrsT IUUI 1 Q PTtnwar. Tinware
Tinware Tin wsr. innrMlLTinwarsTinwars
On hand; aim Tint Wtrk atxacsitasl prompt
ly as rssaonsol
JOHN C. LYNCH,
Wholesale and Eelail Liquor Mercliant,
Uorner Kam and Lacour streets,
Also Proprietor of tbe Leng-e.Ublisned
FASHION SALOON & CLUB ROOMS,
TAKE.S PUlABURB IJt INFORMING OIJ)
patrons and new ones that be Will oontinu, !
aa beretofor to keep
THE FINEST WINES,
IH THIS MAREET,
Particular attention will hereafter be given
The Wholesale Trade.
AU daetrine to stock Itara. fn th. rltv or nnt.
aide camps, are tattled to call and asmpl goods
and learn prices
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
HAS OPENED CLUB ROOMS OTER HAL.
MN's Hardwara Btora, Main street and
haa onacld therewith a handsom Bar.
Parsons visiting th. PALACE esn rly on ths
bast .1 aceommodattons, and when other
amusements an required It wiU not be nrcessa.
17 to go slsewhsrs. a"4f
Dr. Paul M.BrenaiL
I)L'BU0 LECTUI1E8 ON ALL CHRONIC
Disessrs, and hisPrivate Lectures toOentle
men on " Manhood, tta Loss snd Hestorstion."
snd on " The Pbrslolo(r7 of Msn," snd the vs.
rions dlsesses of th genlto-nrtnarv orgsns, nsve
made him msster of thia most Important sub
Ject of ths profession.
1 noiisanas 01 nroseniown ronnituiions csn
be raised to the full etsndsrrt smong men, men
tally and pbyelcallT, by timely calling upon
lie Is lite thoroughly fsmllisr with sll th.
diseases and weaknesses to which woinsn, with
her dellcste and fine otvsnisation, Is subject,
and th. best and shortest method of treating the
Consultation at ths offlcs free.
Correspondence promptly answered, snd a list
of printed questions sent to any part of the
United tttetes on snnlication.
Private circular will ba sent containing many
ininga worm snowing.
Everything with th Doctor strictly confidential.
OfTic llsT MonHfomery- atreat. Ban
Hours : From 9 to 12 m.; 2 to 5, and from fl to T )
p. m. Postomc. liox, 391. Jss-tr
Ulssier a Co I, Trustees.... ilfi5
Hubbssh Jos Set
Holme a Co A, TrustMa . . .170
Hrlmes k Co A, Trustees . . .34X0
Holmes fe Co A, Trustees . . .M7
Holmes a Co A, Trustees . . .'ion
Holmes A Co A. Trustee
Hlggins W L, Truste 94S
Hussty i L, Trustee 2770
Jones Frank, Truste 16HT
Eusel John 4t
Keith W H 3CHS
Lasure L T Truste toil
Lszure L T Trustee '.160
Lszure L T Trustee U 60
Lssure L T Truste U6Ci
lszure L T Trustee 2(11
Latham k Co J. H, Trustees 140
Lovelsnd L F, Tiuste '139
Msrins E J de Bia, Trusts.. 694
Msrins E J ds Bts. Trustee.. (We
McDonald M J, Trustee 1476
Mlnesr AP Wl
McHsme A Co Jsmes, Trust.Ma
Noble H H, Trustee 4711
Noble H II, Trustee 1741
Noble H II, Truste 21Ss
Noble H H, Trustee 21U3
Noble H U. Trustee U
Noble H 11, Truste 2414
Noble H H, Truste 24M
Noble H H, Trusts 2400
Noble H H, Trustee 'J4li
Noble H H, Truste
Noble H H, Trustee 2."v7
Nobi H H, Trustee 2S09
Noble H H, Trustee 2524
Noble H H, trnste 2S75
Noble H H, Trustee
Noble H H, Trustee 25x9
Noble H H, Trustee VH
Noble H H, Truste 2703
Nob! H H, Trustee 2754
Noble H H, Trustee 2765
Noble H H, Trustee 27M
Noble U II, Trustee 2M15
Norwood W E, Trustee 1M2
Norwood W E, Trustee 2133
Norwood W E. Trustee 22H6
Norwood W E.Trustes 2307
Norwood W E, Truste 2:W
Upper Main itreet, Pioche, Kevada.
PEOPLE OP PIOCHE.
QUILLEN St DONAHOE,
MEADOW TALIJT TRI1T,
Cheapest and Best Bread
8 L01VES, POUNDS EACH, FOB $1.00.
Tht Paeis am tsSa af Plaaka at .
; anra'a. . n
Notice of Siisolution.
AVINO SOLD MY ENTIRE INTEREST
In connection with the " Man t'rsncis. e
Brewery," tn Pioche. to John Cartwruiht. th
co-partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned and Charles Behr in conducting
ssid brewery is this dsy dissolved, and Messrs.
Behr snd Bisslkumer will hereafter carry on
tne same at the old stand on ranaca Flat, col.
lect all bills and pay all dues of the late firm.
B. H. BISSIKI'MER.
Pioche, Kev., Deo. 6, 1873. Jll-ml
Notice of Dissolution.
"VJ-0T1CR IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 1 co-artnership heretofore existing between
tha undersigned, in conducting the feed and
livery business, st the Pioneer Stable, tn Pioche,
Nevada, has been this dsy dissolved by mutusl
consent. K. H. Bisslkumer will conduct ths
seine business in ths future on his own aeeonnt,
psy sll bills dne by tbe lste firm, and collect sll
uues owing to tne same.
H. H. BIH81K1MFR
Pioche, Nev., Dec. 5, 1873. J13-lm
MAIN STREET, PIOCUE,
BCHTJSTBlCn A XLEINE. PROPRIETORS
18 TUltNISHINO 1 SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
Lager Beer, In quantities to suit, at th lsw.
st rates. Adjoining oamps supplied on short
CAPITOL S A LOOK,
MAIN STREET, FlOcni..
T. B. OASeiDY,
KEEP THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS that an obtainable ia th United
Armory Hall Saloon,
Fwrm.rljr kaowm as
nynX BI HEREAPTER CONDUCTED BY
K, J. HANLEY, Proprietor.
Th cholosst hraads of WINES. UOUORa
and ClOAES will Hysbs (ound.t th. Bsr
Change of Proprietors.
TIAVINO DISPOSED OF THE BTOOlf mil
Jl GOOD WILL of th Pioneer etablee to
sar. uudiu, 1 oordlally Ncomtuend hiau to all
ui i.m patrons.
. H. BISRIKUMER.
Pioche, Nev., Jan. i, 1874.
HAVING BECOME THE PROPRIETOR OF
th. " Pioneer stables," on Meadow Valley
street, In Pioche, I propose to keep th seme tu
a manner to suit the times, and to insure suocess
First clsaa turnouts of sr.ry description
TluKgies snd Buggy tesms nnsurpsssed this side
of Han Francisco. First clsas Saddl Hone.
Stock kept on most reasonable terms, and
ausiecuon guaranteed. Only giva me a trial,
jio-iui si. r. UU1MAS,
YB. BACH RESPECTFTTJ.Y ANNOUNCES
a insi ue nss commenced giving lessons In
bsuclas at Brown's Hsll.
All the lstest snd most fashlonsbls dsnces
tsus-ht, and Mr. B. will guarantee to make each
pupil an accomplished bsll.roon dancer after
Classes for Gentlsmen fnrw beginners) from
u coca inesasy ana rrtday evenrngs,
vww Hum ui iw sam. aveninga.
Classes for Ladies and Children from t to
. m. Tuesdays and Fridsys.
For further particulars, apply at the hall.
d37- L. BACH.
qiHAT SPLENDID COTTAGE AND LOT.
X being th. 1st residence of Hon. Mik
MeCluskey, together with th furniture therein,
situated on Upper Main street, opposite ths old
n.waa omc. ror further particulars, apply
on ths premises to C. KNIGHT.
fTO PERSON OB PERSON! ABB AUTHOR-
lsed to contract dsbta on my aeoouni, nor
in . imy aa; uavi so gnasrawea.
1st If - P. HOLLAND,
Norwood W E, Trustee 2307
Norwood W E, Trustee 'AIM
Norwood W E. Trustee 2700
Norwood W E, Trustee 2701
Prrkhsm E L, Trustee 269
Psrka Fry, Trustees 9116
Psrkerk Fry, Trustees 9118
Richsrdson E A, Trustee.... 626
Rlchsrtlson B A, Trustee 779
Rii hsrdson K A, Trustee. .. . 7l.i7 10
HlclisrdsonE A, Trustee. ...1383 61)
Illchsrdson E A, Truslje 1CT J 10
Richsrdson E A, Trustee.... 1073 10
Richardson E A, Trustee. ... 1674 10
Richardson E A, Truste 176 10
Richsrdson E A, Trustee. .. .1707 60
Richsrdson E A, truste 1711 1UI
Richardson E A, trustee 1728 6
Richardson E A, trustee 171 100
Richsrdson E A, tnutc....17S3 li
Richardson E A, trustee.... 1807 1
Richsrdson E A. trustee. ...18.18 60
Richardson EA, trustee.... 2019 2
RUhardson K A. trustee 2031 Ml
Richardson E A, trustee SOW ai
Rkhsrdson E A, truatee. . . .2241
Richsrdson E A, truste . . . .23-8 1(0
Richardson E A, trustee. .....2616 luo
Richsrdson E A, trustee 2619 lis)
Richsrdson E A, truste 2686 1
Richardson E A, Truste. . . .2604 26
Richsrdson E A, Truste. . . .9M7 HO
Richardson EA, Trustee. ...2CU6 60
Richsrdson B A. Trustee... .2702 60
Richardson E A , Trustee. ... 2764 6
Richardson B A, Truste 2711
Richsrdson E A, Trustee. . . 2803 60
Richsrdson E A, Trustee.... 2 40
Russell J B, Trustee 2677 40
SihmittM, Trustee. 808 10
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2411 30
Schmieden Hy, Trustee. . . 2427 W
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 261HI 60
Schmieden Hy, Trustee 2H21 90
Schmieden Hy. Trustee we
Schmltt C A, Trustee 1740 26
Schmitt 0 A, Trustee 1813 61)
Sleeper Geo, Trustee 1K26 60
Hesder John H, Trnste 21122 100
Turnbull k Co W, Truatees.2491 20
Tranor Knox. Trustees... 1789 25
Tsylor Wm 8, Trustee 2fil 60
Tsylor Wm B, Truste 2684 60
filler J Clem, Truste Gfl 100
Uhler J Clem, Trustee ,bal . . 8114
UhierJClrm, Trustee H18
Uhler J Clem, Trustee 1313 !
Vhlcr J Clem, Tnutee 258(1 W
Uimont J N, Trustee .9629 60
Vimont J N. Truatee 2718 26
Woods k Freeborn. Trust. ..1289
Wall J S, Truste
Winter P. Truste
Whita V H, Trustee...
W hite U H, Trustee....
Whit UH, Trustee....
W ade A P. Trustee
Wolf F, Trustee
Wolf F, Trustee
Wright W H, Trustee..
louug A A, Trustee.
. . .25
- 17 a)
And la sceordanc with law S.J s Wf. .
th. Board of Trustees, msde on the
December, 1873, so many shareset ssra .
eel of said stock aa may be necessarr M
sold at public aoctien at the sslesroora
Mlddleton a Son, No. 310 IMontsoniery sin".
Saa Francisco, California, on "sd""" '
ho Fourth day of sbrswrr, 1 "
th. hour of twelv. o'clock a. of "'L&a
ssld delinquent assrsament "'"""'Tiia,
with costs of advertising and I VJ "SiSry.
DAVID T. BAGLF.t. 1L,t,
Ran Frsnclsco. California. ' -
"owe." porlla-d Sllrer Mt-
Oompsny. Location of prlnc P' ,l011 of
rmslnu..8a Frsncisco Oai.lor, lajo,,,,
work.. Ely Mining JiEtS T""'-
Nsvsda .-Nottos is hereby gi""'0' " M
ing of th. Board of lfa tir
of January, 1874, an ssseasment (No ) ,w
tve cent, 'per Shu. -'."edl.''';
atork of the rorporstlon. psytjis " ,,,,,
in United States gold coin. '"Jfcsluotw"
th. offlc of th. oompfr"
street, Ban Francisco, mnt skill
Any stock upon which tMs jssw.
remain unpaid on the KVjLrti
1874, will b. "Kyisyi
sale at publta noetlon. ar.d nntea" M
made before, will be sold 0" , ssss
of M.reh, 1874, to "1
ment, together with coals 01 so.
expense, of sal.
By order ef th. Dlr-ctor.. g,,.
OBos: No. 3 Csllfornla strest,
llro, Cal. . '
CHBCK NO. 19. DRAWN WBFR b
for ,onW.lU, Fstbo forbd
Qnlllen k Donahue. AU Pt hat bs
negotiating for the M P"jl6
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